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Distinct figures of Circle and Triangle (Posted on 2019-04-21) Difficulty: 3 of 5
ABC is a right triangle with legs a and b and hypotenuse c. Two circles of radius r are placed inside the triangle, the first tangent to a and c, the second tangent to b and c, and both circles externally tangent to each other. What is the smallest possible area of the triangle if a, b, c and r are distinct integers?

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Solutionre: Some progressBrian Smith2019-07-05 13:22:06
Some ThoughtsSome progressBrian Smith2019-07-04 21:03:27
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